Obviously, from the name of this book, the main characters are going to have a second chance at love. In order to make this happen, forgiveness must be extended to each other for transgressions committed against each other years before the present day of the book. The main characters in this book, Kara and
Trey, are down-to-earth, real people that may remind you of yourself or someone you know. The small town of Canyon Springs, “where everybody knows your name” and your business, reminded me of the small town where I grew up.
The most important message of this book is God is a God of second chances. Third, fourth, tenth, fiftieth chance. No matter the transgression, He forgives and gives us another chance. Glynna Kaye, author of “Second Chance Courtship” has done a masterful job of weaving this message throughout the book without being “preachy.”
“Second Chance Courtship” is published by Steeple Hill Books, the inspirational line of Harlequin, and is being released today. I was fortunate enough to win a copy – had I not, this book would definitely be on my “to buy” list. I encourage you to buy a copy. You will thoroughly enjoy reading “Second Chance Courtship.